The Ecology of the Future and the Future of Ecology
NC State biologists are working with underrepresented college students and designing citizen science tools to give middle school students everywhere the chance to be involved in scientific discovery.
Citizen Science Effort Highlights How Little We Know About Life in Our Own Homes
An NC State citizen science project has discovered of thousands of unidentified species living in and around homes in the United States.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side of Your Campus
Through the Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge, students, faculty and staff can borrow camera traps to make discoveries about the mammals that live right here on campus.
Citizen Scientists Needed to Find NC’s Candid Critters
North Carolina scientists are looking for volunteers to help with the largest-ever camera trap study of wildlife. Find out how you can get involved.
What Did We Find Living on Our Campus? Results of the Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge
At this closing event for the Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge, Roland Kays and selected student participants will show off the photographs of wildlife taken by camera traps on campus and analyze the patterns of animal habitat use.
Compete and Win Prizes by Capturing Wildlife (With Your Phone)
See who can capture the most photos of wildlife and plants across the Triangle as part of this year’s City Nature Challenge, which runs April 14-18.
17 Highlights of Our Extraordinary 2016-17
The just-ended school year had so many amazing highlights that it was hard to pick just a few. Find out why it was one of our best ever.
Where’s Delftia?: A Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge
Join us for the kickoff to our spring Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge to learn about the intriguing story of Delftia and the tools we have to study this and other fascinating organisms.
Delftia’s Secrets: Gold, Mouthwash and Toxins
In this wrap-up to the spring Wolfpack Citizen Science Challenge, we will discuss the genetic complexities of Delftia, what we've learned and what we can still learn by studying how some of its genes vary in nature.